Each problem in the Analytical Reasoning section of the LSAT, which most people refer to as Logic Games, contains three basic parts. Here’s the anatomy of a basic logic game:

  • The story: The story appears at the very top of a logic game. It gives you the most basic information about how that game is played. This information applies to every question in that game.

  • The clues: The clues appear just below the story. Like the story, these clues apply to every question in that game.

  • The questions: Each logic game has five, six, or seven questions associated with it. All questions are multiple choice with five possible answers — one right answer and four wrong answers.